Heal Yourself By Forgiving Yourself for not Being Perfect at 30.
Message from ArchAngel Cassiopeia.
As humans, we are our own worst enemies. We are our own worst bosses. We can be so demanding upon ourselves and when we fall short of perfection we berate ourselves and call ourselves the most brutish and nasty names imaginable. If others could hear the names that we call ourselves they would be shocked. If we called others the names that we call ourselves we would soon be in a fight.
We can be so unforgiving of ourselves because we place such unrealistic demands upon our lives.
We are the ones that make such goals like, "I will be a millionaire by the age of 30 with three children and a dream house and with a meteoric career."
As if these things were absolutely necessary within that time frame. But who made those goals and rules? Was it your higher self? Was it someone that you knew? Was it your ego?
These types of goals are unrealistic and savagely damaging because they place harsh time limits with harsh consequences if they are not achieved.
Like George Bailey, the character in the film, It's a Wonderful Life, we condemn ourselves for not reaching perfection at the age of 30 and we contemplate ending our lives because of the fickle desires of our egos.
Do you wish to know the solution to this madness?
Accept yourself just the way you are and throw away all of the conditions that you have placed upon yourself. Throw them all the away. You will feel much better.
After taking out the trash. Just live life one day at a time and ask your Higher Self, that Still Small Voice Within, "What is my real purpose in life?"
You will receive an answer as a knowing or as a vision or in a few short words or memories. This message from your higher self will fill you with a certain peace and you will know that it is Truth.
When you get to the real Truth of yourself, then go about being that Truth without goals and expectations.
This is called living life in Truth.
Message from Ascended Master Mary Magdalene
Many times we come to make a decision that we know is absolutely right. Minutes or hours later, the doubt starts to creep in. We are flooded with all these thoughts about what happens if this decision is a wrong one. Our minds create dozens, sometimes hundreds of problems out of thin air in support of changing our decision to something safer, something that fits in with what others will say is sensible.
This is how our egos kill our dreams. The ego is a construct created by us. It is a machine that is made up of rules that we have been creating since we were young. These rules are usually created after a painful physical or emotional event. A classic rule created by many of us appears as follows: As a child, you decide to try soemthing new like climb a tree. So up you go and you get higher and higher - untill you stab yourself on a broken tree branch and you feel pain and you cry. After you get down you make two new rules that you carry with you fo the rest of your life: "I'm never going to try that again!" and "I'm never going to try new things ever again because I'll get hurt."
You then carry these rules with you throughout your life. At the age of twenty your friends invite you to go hang gliding with them. At first you enthusiastically say, "Yes!" Later however, your ego starts to remind you about a few rules that you agreed to - namely, the one about not rying new things. The ego then goes on to imagine three or four worst case scenarious incvolving broken bones and death during hang gliding. You call your friend who is organizing the trip to count you out.
Incidents like these continue to happen over the years. We miss one opportunity after another to live life to the fullest, all because of these rules we create during our childhood. We become trapped in an invisible cage of our own making.
I say that it is time to break out of the invisible cages that we find ourselves trapped in and live life the way our Creator wanted us to live life - spontaniously and with a sense of adventure, curiosity and excitement.
But what is the way to free ourselves from these prisons?
The answer to that is found with our Creator. We can ask our Creator to help us by surrendering these childhood rules, one at a time, as they pop up in our day to day lives. Creator will take these childhood rules and fears and cast them away forever.
Would you like to read how this is done?
Here is my practical advice for you today. Let us say, for example, you meet an attractive person and would like to get to know him / her better. You make eye contact and the other person responds with a smile. This is reason enough, would you not think, to start a conversation? But your ego intervenes with a rule created during adolescence when you aprocached someone at school in a similar situation and the other person rudely told you to go away. Your child rule created then was to avoid, at all costs, such a situation again. As a reult you avoid this person that just smiled at you and you walk away.
You now decide to surrender this fear and rule to the Creator so that you can be free of such behavior and be able to start a conversation with confidence the next time this occurs to you.
This is what you can say as a silent prayer to the Creator, "Dear Creator, I surrender this fear and child rule of avoiding conversations with newly met people. Pelase take it away from me forever. Thank you, Creator. I love you."
Use this Surrendering Prayer as away to defeat your ego and allow you to trust your initial impulse to start that conversation or to go hang gliding or to say yes to life.
That initial impulse, by the way, is your soul wishing to experince life to its fullest.
I wish you a full life with no regrets.
Be Kind To Yourself.
Message from ArchAngel Michael.
In human form we take our lives very seriously as if everything that we do is a life or death decision. When we make what we consider a mistake, we flog ourselves mercilessly with a torrent of self talk about how we are stupid or we collapse in despair for not performing a task or interaction flawlessly.
I say to you to lighten up on yourself. Give yourself a free pass to be human. To be human in this environment it to be clumsy at times or make mistakes or to get grumpy because you are tired or hungry. Give yourself a pardon. Give yourself some forgiveness. Allow yourself to do the best you can in any circumstance without judging yourself or others.
Here is practical advice on how to become forgiving of yourself. In the morning, start the day off right by looking at yourself in the mirror and saying to yourself, "I forgive myself in advance for any outcomes that I may think is not the best for all. I release all judgement of me. I love me!"
As the day progresses, be observant of any tendency to judge or berate self. When you catch this happening, simply say to yourself mentally, "I forgive myself. I accept myself. I love myself no matter what I do or don't do."
At the end of the day, before going to sleep once again look at yourself in the mirror and say, "I appreciate me. I am thankful for me. I love me no matter what!"
Why is accepting and unconditionally loving yourself so important? This is what our Creator feels for each and every one of us. Without this self acceptance and love, we cannot spread love throughout the world and beyond.
Every day, Archangels, Jesus, or Ascended Masters dictate to C Louis Osburn words of Wisdom from the Heavenly Realms that are filled with Love and Light. Drink in this Wisdom and find yourself lifted to a better place with your True Self living a joyous life from the Heart.